News- Page 88
Official FAQ for D&D 3.5e updated|
Posted by Atlan on Friday, March 05, 2004 (09:07:10) (731 reads) 13 comments |
WotC have updated the FAQ for 3.5e.
You can download the whole FAQ as a zip-file from this page:
FAQ Download page
Read More... |
Tales by TerishD : Loss of a Name: 14D-15A|
Posted by TerishD on Monday, March 01, 2004 (06:39:10) (680 reads) 3 comments |
Chapter Fourteen - Part Four
Sylvia was not certain how the light boxes worked, but made it a point to find out. The unflickering light that filled her room was a lot better to read by. She was getting to the end of her book. All four elements had been discussed, and Sylvia had been practicing at separating each. The lady was feeling ready for a better manual, and considered one that would explain how to create light would be appropriate.
A knock came to the door. She still had on her petticoat, although the straps had been loosened. There was however no need to better conceal herself. She did not get up from her chair or speak thinking that it was only a servant. She was beginning to consider the movement of the castle staff to be more bothersome than helpful.
Focuses shift as our heroes and others start to consider other factors in the present dilemma.
Read More... (14.71 KB) |
Tales by TerishD : Loss of a Name: 14C|
Posted by TerishD on Wednesday, February 25, 2004 (07:20:14) (830 reads) 9 comments |
Chapter Fourteen - Part 3
A man dressed in a nice brown suit with bright yellow cloth showing from his shirt and highlights in his pants was screaming threats to the fleeing bandits as he waved a sword and moved a shield. Oggelly saw no need to intrude on the man's personal space, so sat down at the foot of a tree. Sylvia noticed the minstrel's action, and stopped beside him.
The man finally realized that he was yelling to the wind, so stopped and looked around. "Who are you?"
Oggelly looked up at his sister, so she answered, "Travelers who were stupid enough to try and join your predicament."
An invitation is accepted that enables our heroes to start associating with another layer of their world.
Read More... (12.04 KB) |
Rules of the Game - Sneak Attacks|
Posted by Atlan on Tuesday, February 24, 2004 (11:42:53) (683 reads) 4 comments |
Skip Williams is once again taking a closer look on a rule set of 3.5e D&D. This time it is the sneak attacks. So far WotC have published the first 2 parts of this explanation series.
Part 1: The Basics
Part 2: Unseen opponents and Immobilization
Read More... |
Tales by TerishD : Loss of a Name: 14B|
Posted by TerishD on Friday, February 20, 2004 (07:00:38) (726 reads) 6 comments |
Chapter Fourteen - Part 2
"You know, Sylvia, you need to learn how to sing."
Oggelly was working with the violin as they walked. He was simply trying to pull pure notes from the instrument as he plodded. It was bothersome as long screeches or wavering notes disrupted the peace of the wooded landscape. Feladin had left to stroll at a distant parallel to see if any fresh meat would be acquired for supper. Sylvia worked to keep up some chatter to ease the passing of time.
Our heroes get involved in a major situation as their new lives begin to find focus.
Read More... (14.09 KB) |
Tales by TerishD : Loss of a Name: 13C-14A|
Posted by TerishD on Sunday, February 15, 2004 (06:08:51) (688 reads) 3 comments |
Chapter Thirteen - Part 3
Keir Thyyellinth was glad that things were finally returning to normal. His prayers were being answered with their usual efficiency. No answers came concerning She-Who-Sings-In-Trees' period of silence, but most people were simply glad to again have the goddess active. King Dureillorshin was concerned with the lack of an explanation however, and had summoned the castle priest to the royal chambers.
It was a very private chamber in the back sections of the monarch's private apartment that Keir Thyyellinth was escorted to. Only a few plush chairs were present along with a small writing desk set in one corner. One wall had a slightly large painting of a view of Castle Nochwellin, but the priest really had no idea what the monarch used this room for except for holding very private meetings. Aynaglitian was seated in a chair, but Thyyellinth considered the royal mage to only be a bother. Throulloss was also present which did concern the priest, although he liked it when witches sought divine guidance.
The story advances as schemes are developed and facts are discussed.
Read More... (13.71 KB) |
Does it Stack? Part 4|
Posted by Atlan on Wednesday, February 11, 2004 (08:19:28) (685 reads) 8 comments |
In the fourth and last part of the "Does it stack?" series Skip Williams looks at the exceptions to stacking rules.
At the end of the article he gives a short summary that should keep the question of stacking clear.
Go here for the article: Does it stack? Part 4
Read More... |
Tales by TerishD : Loss of a Name: 13B|
Posted by TerishD on Tuesday, February 10, 2004 (06:50:34) (763 reads) 5 comments |
Chapter Thirteen - Part 2
The human awoke very refreshed. He sat up to see the half-elf missing, but Sylvia eating a pear. A smile passed between them.
"Okay, Feladin," said the elven lady, "how did you pick that name?"
Events turn as the story picks up and starts to head in a more serious direction.
Read More... (10.78 KB) |
The GameMechanics searching for mappers|
Posted by Atlan on Saturday, February 07, 2004 (18:48:01) (786 reads) 8 comments |
The Game Mechanics are a firm producing D20 (modern and fantasy) material. Some members of the staff work also as freelance authors for WotC and have among other books worked on D20 Modern, Unearthed Arcana and others.
Now they have set themselves high goals for the future and for that they need mappers. So anyone interested in working with them as a map designer should take a look at the extended text for more informations.
Read More... (857 Bytes) |
New Unearthed Arcana coming|
Posted by Atlan on Saturday, February 07, 2004 (18:20:48) (708 reads) 4 comments |
Centered around the upcoming "Unearthed Arcana" are three new articles on WotC's homepage.
In the first of them you will find a web enhancement for the book - a Variant Rules Checklist .
The second article focuses a bit on the variant rules. It contains three excerpts from the book:
The Sneak Peek offers a look at the prestige paladin class, the totem barbarian variant, and vitality and wound points
And the last article is an Interview with Andy Collins, Jesse Decker, Rich Redman - the team behind the new Unearthed Arcana. They are questioned about the book as well as about future plans.
Go check them out...
Read More... |
Last 10 Forum Messages
We have received28599467
page views since